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## Main Question or Discussion Point

hi guys,

I was playing around with Newton Equation F=Gm1m2/r^2

I separate Fr^2 = Gm1m2 . This is bugging me. Fr^2 is a constant for a given 2 bodies(i call Z) of masses. That means that no matter what the distance r in between the two bodies, Z doesn't change. So i take my thought alittle further. Suppose the two bodies are almost infinite small with say ... 5 and 10 mass. so Z value is 50G. Since no matter how close u put them together, the value Z doesnt' change. I put them so close together that they almost like 1 body with a total mass of 15mass. Now I imagine what if they are 7 and 8 mass. The Z value is 56G. I put them throught the same process and let them come so close together that they're almost 1 body with 15mass. Now it looks like I have two identical bodies with different Z value. It seems disturbing.

I was playing around with Newton Equation F=Gm1m2/r^2

I separate Fr^2 = Gm1m2 . This is bugging me. Fr^2 is a constant for a given 2 bodies(i call Z) of masses. That means that no matter what the distance r in between the two bodies, Z doesn't change. So i take my thought alittle further. Suppose the two bodies are almost infinite small with say ... 5 and 10 mass. so Z value is 50G. Since no matter how close u put them together, the value Z doesnt' change. I put them so close together that they almost like 1 body with a total mass of 15mass. Now I imagine what if they are 7 and 8 mass. The Z value is 56G. I put them throught the same process and let them come so close together that they're almost 1 body with 15mass. Now it looks like I have two identical bodies with different Z value. It seems disturbing.